Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

This remarkable eyewitness account describes the horror of the Nazi occupation through the eyes of a teenage girl who was there: Anne Frank. It tells how Anne and her Jewish family dodged the Nazis for two years by hiding in a tiny secret room in Amsterdam. Anne was doomed not to survive the war. Her family were betrayed to the Nazi soldiers, and she later died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. But until her capture, she wrote regularly in this diary, which remains one of the most important books of the 20th century. Written in that hidden attic, Anne’s diary is a remarkable story of hope and courage, and of the life one girl lived at the centre of world history.

most of you loved this

Recent reviews

  • loved it

    Loved this book because the writer puts you into her shoes. Would definitely recommend to a friend!

    24 March 2018

  • liked it

    I haven’t read this book but I have heard about it. It sounds really interesting of what she had done.

    6 September 2016

  • loved it

    The start was a bit boring but towards the end it was rlly dolly good.

    23 May 2015

  • this is really great and enjoyable to read I am so glad that I got to read this book because I is really good

    9 March 2014

  • It gives an insight to what it felt to be living in World War II

    9 March 2014

See all reviews

Who's reading this?


Look inside

  • Preview 0
  • Preview 1
  • Preview 2
  • Preview 3
  • Preview 4
  • Preview 5

Rate this book

  1. loved it
  2. liked it
  3. okay
  4. not for me
  5. rubbish
Write about this book